Confused Much? Dove’s New ‘Good Mother’ Campaign Includes a Man

What is the first step of being a mother? Being a biologically born female. Now, the requirements of being a being a good mothers are a whole different question. However, that’s not what I am talking about.

Dove’s new campaign is about being a good mother. However, their ad shows a biological male, who is CLEARLY a male, as a mother. He even exclaims that the child has two mothers…..Um, no. The child has one biological mother. Sorry pal. Just because you want to masquerade and dress up as a woman doesn’t simply make you one.

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In an ad for Dove’s new “Real Moms” campaign, a sexually-confused man is featured as one of the “real moms.”

“Moms are redefining what it means to be a ‘good mom,'” reads the opening text of the ad.

“We are both his biological parents,” say a biological male named Shea. “You get people that are like, ‘What do you mean? You’re the mom?’ We’re like, ‘Yep. We’re both gonna be moms.’”

The man later adds, “There’s no one right way to do it all.”

The mothers featured in the ad come from all walks of life, ranging from a cattle rancher to tech executive.

“There’s so many ways to be a good mom,” says one woman named Jackie, a rock climber.

“To #RealMoms everywhere, trust your way,” reads the text closing the ad.

Dove should be ashamed of themselves. Watch the ad for yourself:

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